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With the Application namespace imported, you can access the XAML code in the application using the Silverlight Application namespace. This is done by using the Application. Content.RootVisual() function. The RootVisual() function accepts two arguments. The first is a DependencyObject of the same type as the root element in the XAML. The second argument is a string specifying the location of the XAML file relative to the currently executing code. For example, the following line of code retrieves the root element of the XAML file named app.xaml with a UserControl as the root element:
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The code uses the UserControl() constructor to build the DependencyObject. Using the root element of the XAML, you can access other objects in the XAML file. Consider the code in Listing 11.3 that specifies a TextBlock control named titleBlock. You can modify the Text attribute of titleBlock using the following line of Python code:
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xaml.titleBlock.Text = Welcome to IronPython
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The Silverlight DLR also gives you the ability to implement event handling for XAML objects inside your IronPython code. This provides you with the ability to implement fully functional eventdriven IronPython applications that drive a rich Silverlight UI. Using the root element of the XAML, you can access objects in the XAML and attach event handlers to them. Consider the code in Listing 11.3 that specifies a Button control named myButton. You can use the following IronPython code to attach a MouseLeftButtonUp event handler to the myButton control:
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xaml.myButton.MouseLeftButtonUp += onClick
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Then you can implement an IronPython event handler function similar to the following to handle the MouseLeftButtonUp event on the button:
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def onClick (sender, args): sender.Content = Clicked
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The IronPython event handler function gets the sender object, which in this case is a Button control, and sets the Content attribute to Clicked.
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Event handlers are discussed in much more detail in 8. Although that chapter focuses on C# and Visual Basic programming, the event types and arguments are very similar, and you can use that chapter as a reference for IronPython event handlers.
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You can use IronPython code to dynamically add XAML objects that are rendered to the browser in the Silverlight application. This is one of the most powerful features of the DLR because it allows you to employ the strengths of the scripting language to create a content-rich interface for the user. One of the biggest strengths of the DLR is that almost every Silverlight object has a constructor. You can use that constructor rather than having to use CreateFromXaml() or an XamlReader to build XAML objects. To create an XAML object in IronPython, simply call the constructor function. For example, to create a Canvas and a TextBlock object, you use the following IronPython code:
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After creating the object, you can modify its properties using standard dot syntax. For example, to set the size of a Canvas object you use the following IronPython code:
c = Canvas() c.Height = 50 c.Width = 200
As with .NET programming, you cannot use string values for properties such as the Source property of an Image control or the Margin property of a StackPanel control. To set those values, you need to use the appropriate object from the CLR library. For example, the following IronPython code creates a SolidColorBrush object to set the
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To be able to create the SolidColorBrush object using Colors in this manner, you need to import them from the CLR using the following import statement:
from System.Windows.Media import SolidColorBrush, Colors
At times you may still want to use an XAML reader to generate an XAML DOM from a well-formed XAML string. To do this you can use the Load function of an XamlReader object to generate the XAML from a string. For example, the following IronPython code creates an XAML DOM with the root object being a Canvas: